Adults also complain about the consequences of the postponed coronavirus. Foreign scientists conducted a series of studies in which they found that half of the children who have suffered from COVID-19 retain at least one symptom of the disease for four months. Most often we are talking about insomnia, chest tightness, fatigue, pain in muscles and joints, as well as difficulty concentrating. Scientists noted that more often the symptoms persisted in those who had been ill in a severe form, but similar cases were recorded in those who had the disease asymptomatically. Evidence that COVID-19 can have long-term effects on children underscores the need for pediatricians, mental health experts and policymakers to take measures to reduce the impact of the pandemic on child health, Izvestia cites the authors' conclusion. By the way, Russian doctors note: there is not enough information about what exactly the coronavirus leads to such a situation. For example, the flu may also persist afterwards. In this regard, experts believe that it is necessary to continue research in this direction. Read more news about the coronavirus here. Photo: Depositphotos Important to know: How to teach a child to help others. 7 main tips "My 100 rubles will not help anyone." Myths and truth about charity Signs of foundations that can be given money without fear Scale for the good: how big business helps people Letidor editor-in-chief Ksenia Krasnova is raising parents! How? Watch TikTok!
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